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OCA I .INTMtAdGEOk j,
a'iURLAY. WJanuarwf 31. 2 181'S
Don't Overlook--D. R. I leniikenl.
. htlge for Final Dischargo-iH. J
11v %,Qwn, Administratoi.
-1 -n best paying and-only reliabh
Gitan'.-the Monarch. Sold by R. J.
MuCarley & Co. Come early ant
avoid the rush.
31AsQUERAnM.- We are requested tc
state that a neetidg of the young meil
of Wtinboro will be held in the Towc
Ball at seven o'clock this evening, tc
make weparrtious for a masquerad<
batllq tokiven sotne'time next month
All interested In the proposed enter
talument are requested to be present,
-Go to R. J. MoCarley & Co. and
buy the Monarch Guano. They 11l.
ways give the highest prices forcottot:
to their customers. *
PosiTvIE No-rrO.-Those that are
indebted to the Undersigned for dental
vorik done i good faith will iow
please co.me forward aid settle at once,
I have given ample time, and now re.
quest protnt payinment. as, money I
-need, and money I must have, to meet
my obligations. "A wo(l to the wise.'
* I. Snirsox, Dentist.
Ti Om FET.L.OWs.-The Crand
Lodge of thd Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, of tile State of Soutl
Carolina, met at Graniteville. S. C., oti
the 17th inst., and. was well attended.
'hte different Lodges Lh'dilghout the
State wer-e well represented and the
ieetling was so harmonious and agree
able, that it is probable that the next
coinmunication, which will be held at
Greenville, will have a- still larger
attendanice. Td following offlcere
Were elected and installed to serve for
the ensuing term:
Bro. G. W. Curtis, Lafayette Lodgp,
Chester, G. R.
Bro. R. B. Hanahan, Mount Zion
Lodge, Winnsboro, G. M.
Bro. 11. F. Williams, Mountain
Lodge, Greenville, D. G. M.
Bro. G. B. McCants, Mount Zion
Lodge, Winnsboro, Q. W.
Bro. J. W. Rothrock, Lafayette
Lodge, Chester, G. S.
Bro. Jno. HIoeseman, Schiller Lodge,
Charleston, G. T.
Bro. J. W. 1.Ianiahan, Mount Zion
Ind e Winnsbor-o, D. D. G. M.
-Call at the office of R. J. McCarley
& Co. and leave your orders for the
Mtonarch Guano-thbe only ,Gnano sold
In this markelt that gives perfect sais
Death or Cot. B. E. i!ikid.
Col.'Baylis E. Elkin, of .this county,
diedl at his home near Ridgeway, at at.!
curly 'hour on Sunday In'n'du~g 'last,
hiis i:caithu had been failling for sonme
ttime, and for a few months befbo his
death ho was 'tosfined to his house.
ile was about flty-flye years of age,
and leaves a wife and seven children.
The funecral services took place ont
Mohnday morning, undter the auspices
of the idgeway Masonic Lodge.
Colongel Elkin was a son of the late
life amng the p~eople of this county.
lie tee during the entire wvar as
11eld commnissary of a cavalry regiment,
discharging~ all his duties anid .bearing
all thle hardships of tet.scervice withi
fidelity and gallantry. Hie won the
3ontfldece and respect of offiee-rs and
inen alike. At tile close of the war
hie returned to his home and engaged
in faring. lie was elected to a seal
in the Ilouse of Rlepresenttatives or
ganizedI under Presidet. Johnisont's
ihn~ of rcconstruction, and perved un
til the 'cw scheme of Congress was
put in fotrce. Later on he took an
niivo lart in the establishment of the
Tax Unionis, and~ he was at oneo time
tiad a dlelegate to the Taxpayers' Coni.
racy organhizedfr tet sriuggleion
in May, 1876, anid WM sfterwards a
member of the Democratic Cqunty Ex
cutlyn Committee-at the same time
servintg as the vlce-presidenit of the
Rlidgeway Club. Ills work- in the
camtpaign was .untiring, itn the highlest
*degre'.' No mant ever devoted himself
more zealously to atny object than he
did( to the cause of tie peop0(11)1 their
struggle toc ,throw off the yoke and
burtden of corruption antd adisrule. Ins
1877 lhe was, withouit solicitationi on
his part, apphoinited a tridl justice, and
held that positlotn till lhe, resignedI last
Dcemiber-a sufficient evidence of the
mnannier in which lie discharged the
duties of the offilee. lie engaged ini
*taking the etnsus of 188<0, and hit
work beatrs ever'y evidenice of piaine.
taking and of' atn unusual famiiliarity
with the sectiotn of counttry under hie
charge. To tis wor'k lie brought ai
intimate knowledge of the county ande
the people. It is safe to say that nc
inan's acquaintancee with onr peopk
wvas more extensive than Colonel El.
kin's. ils muanner atnd his tastes led
tiatutrally to this resuit. 1Possesed-ol
more thani ordinary intelligenice, he
Was social, observanat and companion,
able. Ilei was -true to his friends, and
trute to his State, on evey'y occasioir
Which called himi to .discharge any
duty to either, Ils death will b<
Widely mourned, and he will be kind.
Iy remembered by hosts of' people It
aifielil, ont aceunt of his inany gooi
tMrD Oretok JOtonf.R
4the suggestiot(i 4i One beeply intemted..
Shall the lHuteribris Fall Through?
WI N481bhb, January 17, 1888.
MR.'J. M..l3!Ai-iT-Dear Siri All
though I 1m 0 man of 10 Illeals; still I
attI determined to do what I call br tie
good of Winnsboro. I was vei'y sorry!
when you lbt the questioi o1' the pro
posed Factory drop. I think that If
you had persevered you would have
succeeded, Rad by this time we would
have had the factoryitn running order.
And if you could do so much then, how
muitch Imiore ean you do ndw The
couity Is now in a great deal better'
condition than It was at' tlitt time.
And iI my opinion If the moneyed ]
men of the town will make a united
effort We soon -shall yoast of a factory.
If you go to work hbld 'raisd say
$50,000 in thi's county, and show that
you are iI earnest, you will have no
difficulty in raising $60,000 more out
side of the county. Therb id money
in Charleston, Colulhbla, Chester,
York, Lancaster and other places that
would come up and help us if we
would help ourselves. We aire power
fily behind the times; we have only
one outlet, and that is the reason we
have so much ti'oble with freights.
If we only commence we will have
Northern capital at our cominand, tind
who can.tell what yet may be the
futilre of our little loro? One such
undertaking will lead to others. Be
fore I close I will tell you somthing
that I heard a inan of this county say.
He had Just invested hais, money in the
etock of afactory in Union, and when
asked why -he did not subscribe to the
Winnsboro Factory, hie said, "They do
not show enough go-ahead spirit for
me." Now he is like a great iany
others. I you will go at it like men
who are deterinined to darry It
through, why you will have no trouble.
Hoping yOu will hiave the fitost. abund
ant success, I remain, yours,
P. S.--I .ru will go ahead i will
subscribe $100, all the money I have.
"A. W. W."
-The Speaker of tile House plaeedI
in the petitioi box one day last week
ia mneiorial of' an extraordinarv char
acter. The petitioner is Miss Clara G.
Scoot. In a rambling statement,
abounding In ambiguous phraseologv,
she ets forth that she has enidured
cruel persecution at the hainds of some
one now holding a position in tihe Sen
ate. Here the document is not ex
pilidit: And to compensate for this
atld divers other indiginities which
necessitatd coistant chamire of resiz
dence Ol het' part she pr'iIAs that Con
gress mill satisfy her to the exteit. of
onoe lihmidP(I'(housand dollars. The
wr'ongs ofa whieh she comp~i. :ies *al-b
alleged to have beenl perpetr'ated tweh
ty years ago. Inl a foot note ini h1r
ownl hlandwritinlg she says that she hais
madel freCquent ifl'orts to obtin Senla
tot' Laphamn's a'sistanc'e, and, dlespar
ing of' any help fromn himi sile has rus
sol ved to 'seek tIlls miethaod of objtilin
ig redressCR. Senaltor' Lapham said in
con versation that tile ramnblimnr nutunre
of 'tile petition suifleitintly indlicated
thle 1ondit iot.1 of' the pet itioneri. She
hamd nlever divulged to himl 1.hn namne
of th~e otleling etnloye or affo)'rdd
himi any info'rmu~ain upon wvhich hie
-The best ip>arat~ioni of iron at doctor
eanl prescrible 11isI 's Ironl ]itters', be
ca'use it does inot inijure teetih as other Iron
maleines will. *
NOTICE FO)R FINAI Dlseil~A1hEl
jITf""pp'yto**he Jude of Probate of
Firfed County for' a 111nal discharllge
as Admninlstrator of tile Estate of Peter
Hlalsell, deceasedl, On MondayIS, Fe4bruarlly
26th, 1883. H1. J. MCk ICOWN,
.Jan 2.5-t1x3 Adlhmnistrator.
Twelve Barrels Choice New Orleans
Molasses Just Received.
Twenty-two llndred Potuds Choice
Flour' ft'oni Noel Nashville Mills
Five Barrels Best White Wine and
Nine Cases Canned Goods, assorted.
,Satisfactionl guaranteed oni every
IAANTED) a buyer for my entire stock
'V of Staple and Fanciy 'Gr'ocerlIes, LI
qtuofs, Wines, TIobac'do, Cigars, etc.1 situat
e~d in best business lrt of townl. StOle
room well adapted tp ~he bpsiness05 anda
rented for niext year. . tntenff tto eave the
eounlty andl~ requmest all parties tlnstehtedl to
mel to comel upl andl settle their lccounfts
plrompltly, and save themselves trouble.I
meani bushtess, and ill sell to a cash buy
era Very resp~ectftlly
Y virtue of the power andl author'ity
L.vesteel In and confered upon me by a
D~eed of Assignment madn(e by Francis
Elder on the 4th day of Jannlary, 1882, I
will qfer for sale before the Court liouse
doer in W insboro, 0n tile first Monday in
Februar next, betw~een the legal hours of
sale to the highest bIdder, the following
described lot 6f land viz: All' that lot or
parcel of land, designated as Lot P', on a
plat of survey of lands of Francis Elder,
situate, lying and being in the corporate
lifflits of the townl of Winllshioto0 in tihe
County of Falrftold and State . of South
TnMS of~ 8A Lt-CASHI. The tpurchtser
to pay for necessar'y papers.
*J. E. McDONA LD,
- Assignee of F. Elder.
at 8SIFF' SALE.
13Y vire of an Cieculon to md directedi
.o I will offt'r for sale beforo te coLrt
houseg dloor In Wi'ltboro, 4. V., Onl thle
FlltT MONDAY IN Fi3QUAltY NEXT,
NvIthin the legal. hours of sale, to the highest
bid!er for C A11, the following-deseibed
property, to wit! g
A lterigit; title and interest oft J cob
A. Caldwell it alI that pIece, rael or tract
of land, ling; being Atd tituitio in the
Stato of "outI CarolIifn, in the County of
Fairfiled, on tihd heit Waters of Hog F orki
ONE 1IUNJ)IIED ACRER,
more 4i Wiss, and boutid(4 by laiidi givri
or devised by James H. Cah 110 ow de-:
eased, to CJatherine E. % O and bf
lands igiven or devised by Ih' siid James
E. Caldwell to Jaeiob A Caldwell.
All thAt piece; parcel d1 f 44andtiol -f
lnd, lyig, in tua e n te C
of Fairtleld, iI the.Sinte of Sonth Carolina,
called "Fairview," contaiilug
- Foul i UREDu AuitES,
more of lees, and lttinided on the north by
lands of Catherii E. blobley, on the east
by lands of Strother Foni, on the south bf'
lands of the said Jacob A. Caldwell, and
on the west by ahiids of Catherine E. Mob
ley and George 11. MvMaster-levied upoi)
as the properti of Jacob A. Caldwell, at
thle si of James 1G. McCanats, AdIministra.
tor, against JaiobA. Calidwli iad Others.
SherIff's office, S. F.' C.,
Wiunnsbioro, S.~ C;;
Decembei- 15, 1882:
I HAVE recently cdinmended busI:
ness opposite Mr. J. 3% Elliott's Gin
Shop; where vill be lfottild Cookinlg
and JIcating Stoves ittid TiutWaro of all
Rooflng and Guttering done in a
good ani substantial inatimer, ats Cheap
as the CI 'apest.
Signs 2ainted in the best style,
MerchaitA wi.ll flid it to their inter
eat to cease slling light Yankee Tilt
wiare, poorly soldered, and sell riiy
TIN V ARE,, as it is about. as CIIEA',P
and is made of 0001)MATEIRIAb1
SAIL. D. IVANT.
IT 1s A FACT; WE wILL, SELL YOU A
Wagon or Buggi for less than anyone il
town. ULYSSE G. 1IESPORTES;
Fresh Groceries I
NEW BUCICVWIEAT FLOUR:
London Layers, Loose Musentels and Finest
Golden Ram'sins, whole and qaarter boxes.
CITRON, CURRANTS and SPICES.
New Magnolias, Bruswieks and the
T'onguds, Sused 1Figa Feel, Ntaercl1 In
Pide(1 of the Sea, in 51ib tins, theC
tines t ilh puut up.
Gallon Ap1es. The only genuIne Jos.
I iut hoto: Samioui.
PlaIn and~ Fancy
CAKYS AND CRACKERS.
COfF~mEIS, SUGARIS and FLOAURS~ lird
v erf low-get my prIices.
I'OiCES, RIIMS AND ilUBS.
Ini Itinss of all kinds..
Single Buggy Iharness W1.50 up, wortli 811.
The Louisville TVurning Plnes ali' egndl ho
any, anid much cheapier. I have all sizes.
RED) RUST PROOF' OATs, sixTYv
J. U . CUiYNIUINGS.
JUST R ECE1VEI),
Ehave just received the folbtng
Fresh and Ch~ich Gbodmi
at retail. 311nce Meat, something nIce
New Crob) Newv drienha Molasses.
ei. F. .AIC&AfAS TPER 4 COL
WY TI EVILIE
Td e sond terdd of thIs lnstilon will
commln~ee on the 5th (day of February, at
whlich time re-organIzation of classes will
take place. Thoirough Instructionm in all
dlepartnments. Tultlin and board as low as
can be obtained in any first-plass institution
of the kInd. For further iunfornmation, ad
MRS. MA RY IT. MEANL,
Principal, Wytheville, Va.
,Mrs. Means refers, by permission, to ex
G6'vernor Ilagood and Prof. R. M. Davis,
Columbia, Glen. Johnt Bratton and Ool. J..
II. RIton, Winnmsborp..
N)ON'T BUT A WIVdO6 ufirfou 8siE (t8.
It will pay you. ~
NOT W ITHSTA NDINd
Our custonores thay reeqssurcd th.
we will not be undcisold. by hyi otlier
house in town, Our motto has been,
and still is, "QUICK SALIAS AND
We offer, foi- tihe NEXT THIRTY
DAYS, great bargains in
Laatdst Stylcs of 'RIMMIN(G IMAIID
NOTIONS OF ALL K INDS.
Owing to the extreineily warm wcath
er, we will sell all of our
GENTS' and YOUTIIS' CLOTHING,
Ai ibc mon astonishiiigly low bwices.
We d' not wish you to buy unle9
fully suited, and will refund the mone\
f'or am uns&alatisfactory puIrchases
Duing the rematinder of the season w(
wvili sell our winter stdek at
OREATL.Y RLEDUC'ED PRiCES
iF YOU WANT
URNUS (dOODS AND SULTINGS.
We extinijedi a niten seli-oon of tiess
goods this season and sol many; stl'l a few
lprtty st.Wces left. which we wlsh to nell at
a low prfce; Cosnne and see.
CLOAKS, DOLMANS, SACKETS:
A fewv of each kind and real p~retty
'Ro,)ds-will seil these to close without s
UJNnaiW E A Rt.
These goods we bought at low prices from
mian ufaturers~I. Thew renmat of stock
will nOW be offeredI at a large reduction.
Now Is th~e season1 to wrap well and p,
venit colds and1( pniemnonia. We are se
ge'nerious as to j~refer our cuastomeirs ton have
thbese goods rather than keon thom ourselves.
..ave no anxlety about th~he pile.
Are amnong thd~ aoik which idtist ho to
)ubfore~ spring. D~on't buy until on=
goodls are seen and prled.
We don't expect to handle it lon ger, arnd
wllgive gemnien bargains until the $tock
We i'nvite all t9 call and examine.
J. M. EA1TY & CO.
SADDLES, BII1DrJE5AND IA RNBS--"WAI
ULidSN d. DESPORlTE.
But TUBs PAJMN4VO WAGION OFP
ULYSSE Os DESPORTFE,
Bouth Carolio ItaiiwiiS Ubmbaiily
iON and after NIoveniber 12, 82, Passenza
(I ger'Trains will run as follows until
f urthter notiee:
TO AN> FRO4I UFtLAfUtSTON.
LeaRve Columbia at..48.0d n. m. f16.5.9 1). ri
Arv Charleston1... 12.57 1. m1. 11.30 ). m.
Leave Charleston....700 a. m. *4.00 p. m.
Arrive Coluinbla....11.27 a. m. 10.05 p. in
t Daily. *Daily eteept-sunlday. f
TO AND nitOiif CAMDN.
Leave Columbiti at..*8.0o a. in. 4.65 1. n\.
Arrive at Camden... 3.07 p. m. 9.25 p. Ill:
Leave Cpnif tit t... *7.00 a. n. *4.45 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia..11.27 a. in. 10.05 p. I
*Daily except Sundays.
TO AND FROM AUObSTA.
. . nwr.
Leave Columbia.. .. a i a..p.*7.25 p m.
Arrie Augusta.........*.. 7.55 a. n.
Leave Aughsta.....*7.00 a. i. *1.20 p. m.
Arrive Coltmbla... . 4.08 p. m. 10i05 p; m.
*Dailly di'eept, Sund1ay.
'ON E Cl'iO4.10:1
Connections iade at Columbia with Ow
lumbla and (reenville Rallroad by train
arriving,at 11.27 a. i., aid deparllnig at
0.55 p. im. Coinetionii made at C.; , & AI
J unet ion with Clarb-tte, Col umbia and
Auugustn -iailroad by train arrivitnig at Co
lumbia at 11.27 a. in., and departin- at 6,51
p. In., to nid from all poits on both roats, H
with through 1'uilinn Sleeper between d
Charleston aid Washington, via Virginia
Midland route, without, chnt Conun e
flon made at Chai-feston with aMenixers fo.
Now York on Wiednesdays atid Saturalnys;
also, with Savannah ad Charleston Rail
road to all points South.
Connection, are made at Augusta ,vith
Georgia latilroad and Central Rallroad to
ind from all points West and South.
Throuigh Tikets can he purchased to all
polit South and West, by applying to
Colutubbi, 5. C.
JOHN. 1J. F'veK, General 51iiagnr: j
D. C. A LIM, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agent,
Charleston, S. C. p
Chailotte, Coilmbia & Alliuvstar R. It.
PASsiExoEit D):-A RTNtENT,
Coiuti., S. C., November 5, 1882.
illE initial link in South Carolina In the
JL RiehimonI and D)anville systei wor'ak
lig!to and froi Chirlestoin via the South
*No M. I No. 17.
Lv. A nurista d .... 7.:35 a. m. ...........
Ar. Columbia b ... 11.:49 a. m. Lv. 5.00 a. m.
Ar. Wimnshorob.. 1.1:1 p. m. 7.52 a. i.
Ar. Chester c. 2.17 p. m. 10.50 a. Iml.
Ar. Chbarilot-te d.. 4.1:1 p. m. 3.15 p. Im:
Ar. Btatesvillo c. . 0 1- p. in. ...........
.*N o. 152. t No. 18.
Lv. Statesville t... 8.0) a. m. .......
Lv. Charlotte d... 2.:10 i. In. 5.22 a. in.
Lv. Chester e...... 4.29 p. ilt: 9,25 a. m.
Tv. W iniisboro.... 5.::1 p. Il. 1.22 1).11n.
Lv. Coltmbia b... 7.07 p. m. Ar. :4.50 p. m.
Ar. Auguis(t.1..... ll . ............
*DaI.. Dai'. excepi Slnays.
Rallroati (d1' Washigton) tine fifteen
hinu1ites ahad of Wiinsboro tilm.
a With all lines to and froni Sat innah,
Florida and the South ani Atlanta, Maen',
and the Southawest.
b With Mo'authi Carolina Railroad td and
fromn Char-lestonA by Nos. 52 and :1 and with
Cohilithliia alnil Greeville Railroad.
e With Chester nnd Cheraw and Chester
and Lvinoir lIallroads.
d With ticllhinond and Dianville Railroad
to and froi all points North, Atlantie,
'Iuenessee ahd Ohio Division iand C:arolina .
e WVith Western North Carolina lialrouad
for Ashevill., Warni Spriings and1( all poian t4
Onl that line
M. SLAIUGli T El, (G. P. ri.
D. CAinwai~a. A. (. P. A.
G. 11. TIA iAC'vrr, Superintendent.
ONE MAN'S CASH- AS
AS ANOTHERC AT
SOUTHERN M U S I C IIOUSE.
On13 ly ouse ill Amneidit Sellilig
PIANO & OR(AN
Oin the Onme Price Systein.
ONE UNI1FOItM PRICE to A LL4 AND)
TriiATi H TlM LOWEST kNOWN,
Th'le usual systeni Jof sellinug Planos and
O)rgwtims is for lhi deailer Cd charge& any prid
he eann get for theliL wiithlout regardl to elIth1
er a fair psrolit or the customer's interest,.
But we are prioud to say that this has uneoer
heeni our1 imethoad of selIlng.
For thne bientt of purchaii~sers and to se'
culre thleiin the fiull vali ue of their nioneA, wre
es~talihaed at. the outset of our business, A
twelvo years qince,
THfE ONE 1'fICId S.VST'EM,
and to this we alttriute our imninnn andl
pirospt'Irius fiadi!. Selling n this squiareo
bai r nr It imjpratlve thait the prIce
he the very lowes't ont' that cani he given.:
We a re pledged to t hisi. Weo alw ays ha ve
donC it, and iwe alway's will di Its it's our
CreedI and our pracet we. No oithbr fiano and
Organ lousedas oni this pliplle.
'urprcs, in ilain figuras, are placed on
ever~y instrumnieii. Achild can bya o
as thne sharpest trade~r. All ot-her I loitseg
have "ig h pies and gIve dliscounits."
The "ne Plee"systm ses tlel
trding, and isthe onlyi a isfatr ay hoW C
huyerand sller furoh t i hi price
and discolut ysemI ee though tee.
tomner buys, lidi isnot sure1 that hie has bo0!
OR(6AN B UYEBtS.
IidY finIck. Why? Bec'ause aii adlvai'eC
In price Is abdtost certaIn; Platnos and
Organis ar~e on a booit. TheIn demand ex.
coeds the suppily. All the factories are be2 th
hind orders. lIcalers with ensh in huanda
cannlot get instrumenrts as fast is wanted.
IPrices of imaterle.l and labor aro advancing.
The pres'enut low prices of Piannos and Or
gans cainnot ontl i n, a~l will v nt. augain -
rule In the next ten years. Tlh'ise wvho biuy
Know will save money. Large contrats just
made with manufaeturers wvill eniablo us to
gu~arante p6 resant prk' ii Pnil Ji.anuar ~ i ,
1.9-93. A fter that w A can promise niishinm '
Dfllays arc daungereus. MIagnuiiccnt. sloei
now on hand. /ove'n Gram/ MoIkers. Over
200 dli~erent styles noW In our wvarero'ims.
$ 80. Ensiest fnstaliimnt TIerms. Sent on
trial. Every lnd ucemient that anmy respon..
si/ie flouse can offer. Compettionu with
the worild. Don't fail to Aend for our Cata;
logues and fall Price Lists, 1882.
5 A VA NN A H, G A.
The reaaI1Ago '.adOri ))Qposof tilS bouth. $1
ITEC have rcceratly enitnineniced buisliness
Janies Turner & Co., whero will be
NTAPIM~ AND ii
We shall keep always on hand a varie
rstilss Grocery Store, and our pries slha
T~ As wi:E
In thus iresenting ourselves before the
their patronage, assuring tleiml of entij
ARE VERY 1"
I HAi l nevl-r had any liking for grei
p'ded rather uponl selling goods at such
*aw nlianly Ilew 1% nes.1!
I still intend to aldopt the sarod plain, at
very assertion I mAk'e. It Is liimbossible to
store: lint I quote:
- - PiF411NT IIOMI'.PlNUN, the best
C"A'11cOS at .5, 6 aid 7 eent.s-tlie I
fi10is III great varlety and at prie
CLOThING ()'f ill syles and at all pr
My stock of
STAPiE ANI DA
'inaes, Liquorm, ete., will be sold at corresp
cased to show iy goodis.
Glve ine a call at IIEATY & RO. 's
i' Remnemi)er the piane-Old Staid o
iFral Opollill. of
AT M. _L. I
VERCOATS IN ALL S'IYLEs. At
GisENT-14 IFlN181llNO (P
1-:wrs' (I N 1' 8110M, soi'T and 8Tl
( - Wh11-n1 vou are ill the etv you ar
l'lOATillNG. All orders nildressed
A HAPPY N
. ~ ~ ~ L ThKd'atiiae oldvrs
-ithi Its htiddlen futui re hast dawn'ied 11po
tdn volrs Iio mieritI ii In itue thle very I]
iiwu the past yearI. byV conisuilting at al
Lke this opportuity of' ann~ounlc ing th
FALL AND W
Will bte sold i a GIEATLJY REi
reikiruiionw for a miol-e extended
TRA DE TIIAN IIERIETOFOils.
.Please call and1( examino my stock 1
riees will coninciie v'on I hal. I meani jn
'PThank in.g myi fi'enids for' ti ]r ver's
ani all a happy anid prosper'ous Newv '
thiore's Minde Meat.
Citron, Raisis, Curranits.
Almonds, Pccans, Englisidfainuts.
. Dried Figs.
M1acaronI and CheeCs(,
Jftca & Perrin's Sauceg:
r~osse & Blackwell's Plcles.
A F'reshi Hlarrel of Fultotn Afarict iUeef.
!9uga r-eu red Utnca ny'a~Bed liatnd;
Anid a grteat many oths~r goods w'Niseh
trehauiers' wfill hftv to call and see for
R. M. TItJEY.
ROSIBY MiLIT ARY INSTITtIf5.
W"P SUWD PnR OtRdJII!iI.
Esahrsjr'SA ),rJ.s-1"on f,. $'j, sI '
6. .aSS G. * lf
iln the store fo iierly oeviItLd by )esrd
foirm-d at 1nw aid coiplete Stock of
I supply of everythilig usually kept in a
i always be foutnd as
r%] LOWV EJST.
p~ublo, we respectfully sollelt a liberal sharq
8atisfaction, both as to quality and pricus fit
UCH LaOW ER.,
0- - --
t "blowing" in IIvtertlelnet,, buit ha
prices as to satisfy my old customers and
Ad I feel Sure that I can come full up to
give the prices of the numerous goods 1 hav
in thd inarketj at 7 dents per yards
ist figure for the best,
to suit anybody.
ondingly low prices, and I shall always bd
f Beaty & Bro.
Fall aild lqllter
EN'S YOUTIls, nt IOYI' SIT&
DODS AND NiE( %VKWEALt
lft, HATS of all 811AIDES anid Coi.ois.
Sitnvitell to eall and exanine mav mtock
to m1y care will releive proinyt atten=
fN A I?- I ). Ie
TE GRAND CENTRA L IlOTEL.
ni us; ::oll :t I itl to. itieth nX1most
I lii the~LI~ ltterest. of il t trners, I
at from this (lite miy pi'URlat Stock of
'UCED PICES, In ol-der to mnake
)dfrod iaking yotir pre'haens na my
ut. whai~t I prom ise in.thi1 avcvrtisemenl~ft.
liberal and giifyibg favors, I wisli
WEhcie juit rfndtyd a idiis andi bdati:
tiful assortment of ChrIstmas and Noi
Alda hanndsonit lot of othe 1dotis suit.:
ible for CHIST1MAS and NEW YEAR
B300Kg B iOOKS !
Allkid of flookcs suitable for Presents,
l'ho lafrgesL and :iaust compl6lb atook of
we have etert off~rdri.
.We wiuhi respectfully en~l the att'dntjo
of the Putblic inm these goods, and requrest
Gn hiuspetion before purchasing.
McMASTrER. BRICIC & KNETii
* VE are prepared to ill iall ordes for
iv Luamtber. and~ We resp~etf11lly sot
hielt a sth*re o'f 'he pniblic patronago. All.
orders wvill be pr. m',tly mi. Adre'.M
T. W. i] YTEr & [sRG ,
Ridg i'ay, H. 0.,
or I. ft J'OYLE$.
Ot 28t x4m / Winnsboro S. O.
OANMARK I' FOR .SALI
.QJI(pair still on ba 'd fo' sale, and ,
KQ mumber, ofr extra~ hens. .Price 03.59 ~y
'pi;or F$l~ .e,;- the. mre- dra fifty ecl -
for *dt, tl'emale. -P.,1j- wipI dinmg to pui.. '
rebase) will pleawt atddIF3R